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The Meaning of the Ring and Rod in Babylonian-Assyrian Sculpture


Published August 1, 1905
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"The Meaning of the Ring and Rod in Babylonian-Assyrian Sculpture" is an article from The Biblical World, Volume 26.

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Volume 26
Publisher The Biblical World
Pages 5
Language English
Book contributor JSTOR
Collection jstor_biblicalworld; jstor_ejc; additional_collections

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